Join Harewood House for an exclusive out of hours tour of their acclaimed new exhibition, Useful/Beautiful: Why Craft Matters.
18 April / 9 May / 13 June / 18 July
With an aim to question what craft is, and spark interest and debate around its use and practice, the special twilight tours include a welcome drink upon arrival and a behind the scenes, after-hours tour of the House in a small group.
Access to Harewood with this event ticket from 6pm.
£30 non-members/£15 member
Maximum 30 people.
Curated by design critic Hugo Macdonald, the exhibition crosses generations and disciplines, mixes classic and contemporary and uses Harewood House as a platform to showcase and question the very definition of skill and craft today. Harewood House itself is renowned for the craftsmanship that built and furnished it in the 18th century, using the most skilled architects, designers and makers of the time including Chippendale, Robert Adam and Capability Brown.
Full details of the programme of events and workshops can be found on biennial.harewood.org